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FOX News
Aug 27, 2013 11:00pm PDT
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CSPAN
Aug 28, 2013 6:00am EDT
to berlin. i'm sure he'll hear from his european colleagues about the ramification of the nsa prism issue as that continues to be a topic of concern in europe. russia will clearly be a topic, and of course syria, egypt, the middle east and the unrest there. so i believe you'll see a very fulsome bilateral conversation, a more dynamic regional conversation with the nordic states. and i think it's an excellent preparation to get the president ready as he travels to st. petersburg to meet with his g-8, g-20, excuse me, colleagues. and matt, i'll let you take the baton. >> let me introduce matt real quick, really quickly. matt goodman here at csis holds our william simon chair in political economy. the simon chair examines current issues in international economic policy, with a particular focus on the asia-pacific. but i should also say that matt previously served as the white house coordinator for the east asia summit, for the asia- pacific summit, but he also served as director for international economics on the nsc staff and was responsible for the g-20, g-8 and other international f
Al Jazeera America
Aug 28, 2013 5:00am EDT
. but talk about nsa, and others, presumably picking up communications intercepted. that's been widely reported. that would be compelling evidence in my mind, we know that casualties from previous chemical weapons events have found them -- their way back to u.k., u.s., and other places. and have been analyzed and come up traces of seran and others. it is (inaudible) through communications intelligence, the u.s. has more -- presumably they are going to share in some form before they make any demonstrative moves into syria. >> we shall see. thank you very much. >> . >> at least 40 people have been killed in iraq after a series of bomb attacks. more than 150 people have been targeted. >> six drivers of trucks applying nato forces have been killed in a taliban rocket attack in the western afghan province. zero truck40 trucks have been t. the explosion took place the bomb was detonated when a nato convoy was passing by. more than 18,000 people are homeless after flooding in south sudan's upper nile state. the flood waters have also destroyed crops in low lying areas. anna cavell reports. >>
FOX News
Aug 28, 2013 2:00pm PDT
because of the nsa probably. we know about 50 targets, helicopters. >> you don't know it is the syrian government doing it. could be the rebels. long history of the war. >> there's a lot of intelligence. the reason it is leaking out, takes a lot to get it coordinated with our allies. british and french will send ships, we have ships off their shore so good they can put them exactly where -- >> i want to get in kimberly. i think people are wondering why we are telegraphing our plans again to the world, again. >> again, because we have the wrong people in the white house that are making military decisions and i see a pattern of this. but that aside for bob who loses it over here, i think we should have done this already before. we had at the time, when obama's red line was crossed, we could have had assets there, naval destroyers, everybody there to do the stuff we needed to do without warning. now we told them what we're going to do ahead of time in telegraph. i don't know how strategic that approach is. >> what do you mean tell them, do you know how much communication to coordinate thi
FOX News
Aug 28, 2013 4:00pm PDT
intelligence listening unit has been cooperating with the nsa, sources tell fox. the u.s. has access to clear signals intelligence that shows the assad regime was involved, according to multiple sources. harris? >> jennifer, thank you. 401(k)s and iras have taken a hit in the past week. the index nosedived on monday following secretary of state hn kerry's announcement that syria did in fact use chemical weapons on its people. today stocks rebounded just a touch. the dow up 48 points. the fox business network's adam shapiro joins me now. adam, the markets are not liking this. for average investors, do you stay in stocks or seek out the so-called safe havens? >> we're average investors. we don't move right now, trying to time the market, you never win. at this point my colleagues would say the smart money, harris, i'd say the big money. they got out the other day, but some came back today. this is a short-term horizon event. >> gold closed down today, and oil closed up. what does that tell us about the reaction among investors? >> when do people go to safe havens, what's safe these days?
CNN
Aug 28, 2013 9:00am PDT
nsa surveillance, talking about a surgical military strike, who's just winding down two wars and who clearly, if he had his druthers, would not want to do this. but having drawn a red line, as he's done once, and now again, and there's a use of chemical weapons, they believe it's clear inkcontrovertible evidence, whih they will probably declassify some of it to present to the american public. but having drawn that line, the credibility of the united states, and this president seems to be on the line. >> the president will be asked by skeptical members of congress and the american public where is the threat to the united states? where is the imminent or actual threat to the united states from what bashar al assad's regime in damascus is doing? >> he can make the case there's a humanitarian crisis that trumps that. he can make a case that israel is right there on the syrian border and that's the key u.s. ally in the region. he can make the case that if syria continues to disintegrate, what is the domino effect? the question is what case will he make. we haven't heard from the president
CBS
Aug 28, 2013 6:00am PDT
2013. it comes after nsa leaker edward snowden revealed that most major internet companies routinely give data on its users. so far facebook has complied with most requests. >>> fewer americans are getting in line for mortgages. >> here now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks on a wednesday. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. rising mortgage rates certainly having an impact in that particular business. the mortgage bankers association says that overall mortgage applications fell 2.5% in the past week down 2.5% -- actually down by 4.5% when it comes to refi apps while new home applications rose by 2.5%. the mba says the average 30- year loan was 4.8%. 12 basis points higher than the prior week is the highest it's been in the past two years. despite that, we have seen decent home sales, previously owned home sales up 6.5% in july new home sales down more than 13%. bad news at the pump as oil prices continue to rise mainly due to worries over potential military strike in syria. we have oil prices right now around $110 a barrel. that's the highest they have been in two
CNN
Aug 28, 2013 2:00pm PDT
the nsa/snowden affair but also over the last two years because precisely syria and other issues. russians along with the chinese have simply thwarted every attempt. there's very little appetite in the united states to having a major battle against syria. we're not talking about boots on the ground in any form or fashion but even a prolonged air campaign to severely degrade president assad's military capabilities and to prevent him not just from using chemical weapons which is as you know a war crime not just using those but from using all the other weapons, his aircraft, his missiles and all the rest that are responsible for killing 100,000 people by the u.n.'s estimate. that's not in the card. a slap on the wrist natural is apparently in the cards. we'll wait to see when that happens. now, wolf, there was a huge amount of activity here in europe where i am earlier today. there was a sense and tweeteding out to prime minister david cameron in england his office saying this is unacceptable this use of chemical weapons by assad, the world cannot stand by. they went for broke by la
CBS
Aug 28, 2013 7:00am PDT
out the nsa leaker two years ago. a government review found the only people interviewed about snowden were his mother and girlfriend. the contractor also failed to verify snowden's work for the cia and didn't look into a trip to india that snowden failed to report. >>> a virus is believed to be killing dolphins along the east coast. bodies have washed ashore since july. officials say there's nothing they can do about that virus. >>> the seattle "times" says the u.s. special envoy will go to north korea on friday to seek the release of american kenneth bay. the christian missionary from california was sentenced to 15 years in a labor camp. his family says bay has become gravely ill. the u.s. is asking for a pardon and amnesty on humanitarian grounds. >>> connecticut's newtown bee said had their first day of school yesterday. they're attending school in a neighboring town after last year's shooting. nobody will ever forget that. had to be a bittersweet day for those kids. >>> good morning. headed out the door today, we do have some patchy fog and even some drizzle to begin with.
CSPAN
Aug 28, 2013 2:00pm EDT
move forward with this trade until we get much more rigorous both transparency on the nsa programs, but in the case of germany, a new agreement that the u.s. will not spy on germany. so this is not going away. it's not even going away after the german election, quite frankly. it will continue. it needs to be taken very seriously. there is now a real breach in confidence and trust that we have to manage and work through so we can get back to working on the bilateral engagement and agenda, and first and foremost is that ttip, is that trade investment. we can't allow this issue to sideline that. and right now, you know, it has the potential to do that. so he certainly will hear it, and he may, if he has an opportunity to have a sideline discussion which i assume he will with chancellor merkel in the corridors of the g20, he may hear additional words on that. >> well, it's a -- the revelations of the program are, i think, are hard to underestimate as a blow to, you know, u.s. credibility as a moral leader in places. and it plays perfectly into the hands of the russians and to the chine
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